With climate change a hot topic and with so many of us wanting to help put a stop to it, now’s the perfect time to start thinking about how we can make a positive change within the communities we live in. But where do you start? And can you really make a difference?
We thought this was a great week to introduce the founder behind Wilton London, Sam Whigham. Wilton just reached a significant milestone attaining a B Corp designation for their business! This is a huge task to take on but also an important one. The B Corp institution takes a thorough look at one business to ensure that it is future proofed in regards to its corporate and social responsibility.
If Patrik Baboumiancan can maintain enough strength and energy to carry 555kg (approximately the weight of a horse!) over a distance of 33 feet without a single piece of meat passing his lips in over fifteen years, how hard can it be? (The veganism thing, not lifting the horse!)
We want to leave the world better than we found it, that’s why every UpCircle product is made from a core ingredient which would otherwise have been discarded. Our brand name encapsulates our core purpose: sustainability and promoting the power of the circular economy.
Sustainability is the buzz word of the moment and with that comes a wealth of information on the topic that can be a little overwhelming to say the least. Compiled into one easily accessible place, this is your one stop guide to sustainability bloggers. So, whether you’re 100% zero waste, or regularly forget your reusable coffee cup, I’ve found just the blog for you.
Whatever you’re calling it, whether it’s self-isolation, social distancing or self-quarantine the fact remains the same, we’ve been ordered to stay home in order to slow down the spread of COVID-19. And whilst the homebodies amongst us rejoiced at the announcement, for others the thought of several straight weeks cooped up at home holds less appeal.
So we all know that we should recycle. But, hands up — who still has no idea what they can or can’t put in the green bin? Yep, it can be a minefield. And the problem is, one wrong move can result in your whole efforts being thrown out — literally.